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Old 08-10-2019, 08:36 PM   #1
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Default Weird Question: Father-Daughter Campout Locations

Hi, all! I run a father-daughter organization called the Southern NH Pathfinders. Our group took a bit of a hit with membership this year when some older girls aged out and, as a result, our numbers no longer bring the ability to rent private camps like Cody, Starfish, etc.

Does anyone have suggestions for, or even a place, that would accommodate ~10 father-daughter pairs for a weekend (other than regular campgrounds)? We'd be looking for September 13-15 and either tents or cabins.

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Old 08-11-2019, 05:52 AM   #2
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Maybe Ames Farm in Gilford? http://www.amesfarminn.com/
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Old 08-13-2019, 08:48 AM   #3
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I was recently looking for lodging for a slightly larger group. Have you checked out any of the following: Sandy point, Abakee Cottages, Weirs Beach motel, or Lakeshore motel in Moultonborough? If you're willing to pay more or are good at negotiating deals there's also Ames Farm Inn and Deepwood Lodges. I also came across Sunset Cabins in Tuftonboro but there are only 7 cabins and I didn't see pricing on their website.
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I was recently looking for lodging for a slightly larger group. Have you checked out any of the following: Sandy point, Abakee Cottages, Weirs Beach motel, or Lakeshore motel in Moultonborough? If you're willing to pay more or are good at negotiating deals there's also Ames Farm Inn and Deepwood Lodges. I also came across Sunset Cabins in Tuftonboro but there are only 7 cabins and I didn't see pricing on their website.
Thanks for tips!

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Try Channel Cottages: 603-366-4673.

He has about 12 cabins and that time of year he may have several vacancies. Nice beach and fun to watch the boats go by in the Weirs Channel.
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Try Channel Cottages: 603-366-4673.

He has about 12 cabins and that time of year he may have several vacancies. Nice beach and fun to watch the boats go by in the Weirs Channel.
Thanks. I'll look into it, but I'd have to figure out activities beyond watching boats--these girls are ca-raaazzzyyy!!!

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